Singles Draw and Thursday Order of Play | Doubles Draw

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The Virginia men’s tennis team will host the 2019 ITA Atlantic Regional championships October 17-21.

  • Draws will be posted once they are finalized
  • Results  and the next day order of play will be posted at the end of each day
  • Neither live scoring nor live video will not be available for the tournament


  • 256-player, singles draw with a consolation match for first-match losers only.  Every player is guaranteed 2 singles matches.  The top 32 seeds will be given byes into the round of 64
  • All singles matches are 2 out of 3 sets, NO-AD scoring
  • The singles main draw finalists will both receive a berth in the ITA National Fall Championships
  • The Oracle ITA National Fall Championships features 128 of the nation’s top collegiate singles players (64 men and 64 women) and 64 doubles teams (32 men’s teams and 32 women’s teams. This year, it is hosted By Newport Beach Tennis Club & The Tennis Club at Newport Beach Country Club and will be held November 6-10.  In its third year, having replaced the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships, it is the lone event on the collegiate tennis calendar to feature competitors from all five divisions playing in the same tournament


  • 64-team draw.  Optional consolation for teams that lose in the first round
  • All of the doubles matches until the semifinals will be an 8-game pro-set, NO-AD scoring with a tiebreaker at 8-8.  The semifinal and finals will be 2 out of 3 sets, NO-AD scoring with a 10-point match tiebreaker in lieu of a 3rd set if needed
  • The doubles main draw champion will receive a berth in the ITA National Fall Championships

Thursday, October 17th

  • Singles Round of 256
  • Singles Round of 128
  • Play will begin at 8:30 a.m.

Friday, October 18th

  • Singles Round of 64 & Singles Consolation for first-match losers
  • Doubles Rounds of 64 & 32
  • Play is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.

Saturday, October 19th

  • Singles Rounds of 32 & 16
  • Doubles Round of 16
  • Play is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.

Sunday, October 20th

  • Singles Quarterfinals
  • Doubles Quarterfinals & Semifinals
  • Play is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.

Monday, October 21st

  • Singles Semifinals & Finals
  • Doubles Finals

There will be three tournament sites for the first three days

  • Snyder Tennis Center (13 courts):  our main site and the site of all matches on Sunday and Monday (weather permitting)
  • Dell Courts (4 courts):  5-minute walking distance from the Snyder Tennis Center.  Players report to main tournament desk at Snyder Tennis Center prior to match and following match
  • Boar’s Head Sports Club (4 courts):  5-minute drive from the Snyder Tennis Center

Delaware, Duquesne, George Mason, Georgetown, Hampton, Howard, James Madison, Lafayette, Liberty, Longwood, Morgan State, Mount Saint Mary’s, Navy, Old Dominion, Penn State, Radford, Richmond, Saint Joseph’s, VCU, Villanova, Virginia, Virginia Tech, William & Mary
TOURNAMENT SEEDS (Double bye into Friday’s Round of 64)

  • 1  Nicaise Muamba (LIBERTY)
  • 2  Gianni Ross (UVA)
  • 3  Henrik Korsgaard(VTECH)
  • 4  Ryan Goetz (UVA)
  • 5  Francois Musitelli (ODU)
  • 6  Josh Wilson (LIBERTY)
  • 7  Inigo Torre Martin (VCU)
  • 8  Joseph Brailovsky (W&M)
  • 9  William Woodall (UVA)
  • 10 Lleyton Cronje (VCU)
  • 11 Christos Antonopoulous (PSU)
  • 12 Rayane Stable (VCU)
  • 13 Jannick Griesse (ODU)
  • 14 Amadeo Blasco (LONGWOOD)
  • 15 Kieran Foster (G’TOWN)
  • 16 Gabriel Nemeth (PSU)


  • Jerome Romualdez vs Ruo Chen (W&M) 9:45 a.m. Snyder
  • Ammar Alhaqbani vs Karlis Katlaps (Radford) 10 a.m. Snyder
  • Christian Alshon vs William Barry (Lafayette) 10:15 a.m. Snyder
  • Jefferson Dockter vs Josh Wolfe (Lafayette) 10:15 a.m. Snyder
  • Matthew Lord, 1st round bye; 2nd round vs Damon Roberts (JMU) or Ben Narnett (GW) at 1p.m. Snyder


  • The Cavaliers have won the singles title at the regional nine times. Huntley Montgomery (2000), Dominic Inglot (2007-08), Jarmere Jenkins (2009-10), Harrison Richmond (2012), Ryan Shane (2014), J.C. Aragone (2016) and Aswin Lizen (2017) have all won the singles title
  • Sophomore Ryan Goetz (Greenlawn, N.Y.) was last year’s runner-up
  • Junior Gianni Ross (Chicago, Ill.) will be the No. 2 seed in the tournament. Goetz is the No. 4 seed and sophomore William Woodall (Washington, D.C.) is the No. 9 seed, giving them byes into the Round of 64